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The Ferry Project 

Established in 1998, Ferry Project is an award-winning social enterprise and registered charity that helps homeless people in Fenland.  The aim of Ferry Project is not simply to provide accommodation, but to give people the skills they need to enable them to live independently.  These include life skills such as cooking and cleaning, education courses, […]

Heanor Park Care Home

Circadian Lighting Benefits

BRIEF Ashmere Care Homes made a commitment to use new technology to improve the operation and facilities with circadian patient room lighting throughout their new build home for residents and staff at Heanor Park. Owner David Poxton was looking to design and create the optimum environment for older adult residents and those living with dementia, […]

Wellburn Care Home Group

BRIEF Wellburn Care Homes are embarking on major refurbishments and upgrades of some of their existing portfolio of care homes. Rachel Beckett, Chair of Wellburn Care Homes, is clear about gaining the benefits of Lighting For Circadian Rhythm and new technology to improve the care that they can deliver for residents. She had already identified […]

Future Care Group

Circadian Lighting Benefits

BRIEF The Future Care Group were upgrading two of their dementia care units in their sites at Oaklands House near Southampton and at Chestnut View in Haslemere, Surrey. Along with substantial re-decoration and room usage changes and upgrades, an improved bio-adaptive lighting scheme incorporating circadian-supportive lighting was identified as a key element to the unit’s […]